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Kwanzaa is a seven-day celebration of community and culture established as a means to connect black Americans with their African roots. It’s not a religious holiday so, regardless of what you believe you can still take part in the festivities. Despite being created for African Americans, other parts of...
Old San Juan. Via It’s no secret that African influence is everywhere. From cuisine to fashion, dance, art, music and more, our ancestors pretty much helped shape the world’s identity. Historically, when Africans were stolen from the Motherland, their practices went with them. During a recent vacation to Puerto Rico,...
Black Joy African World Festival
The 38th annual African World Festival will return to the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History in Detroit the weekend of Aug. 20-22. This free, family-friendly summertime staple celebrates the diversity of the African diaspora with food, live performances and crafts. This year’s event will invite over...